Frustrated Camillas order to Kate over mischievous Charlotte seen by lip reader
Queen Camilla couldn't hide her frustration at the antics of Princess Charlotte and Prince George at Queen Elizabeth's funeral – and appeared to dish out orders to their mum, a lip reader claimed.
It's exactly one year since Queen Elizabeth II was laid to rest in the King George VI Memorial Chapel within St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.
King Charles III was seen leading his siblings and sons Prince William and Prince Harry in a procession behind the Queen's coffin to her final resting place after a sombre ceremony at Westminster Abbey.
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In footage, that streamed live around the world, Camilla and Kate Middleton were seen travelling together with Charlotte and George and arrived at Wellington Arch by car, while Harry's wife Meghan Markle and Sophie Wessex joined separately.
But while the ceremony was meant to be one of respect to comemorate the loss of the Queen, who passed on September 8 last year, the young royals were still up to their usual mischief — much to Camilla's distaste.
As the entourage lined up to join King Charles and senior royals, lip reader Jeremy Freeman spotted the fun exchange between the two young royals.
George, who stands next to Kate by the car, appears to pinch his seven-year-old sister.
Charlotte quickly turns around and stares at George, before facing forwards saying: "Ow!"
Behind them, Meghan was seen tilting her head and smiling at Charlotte.
But the exchange appeared to annoy Camilla, who scowled and pointed at Charlotte before turning to Kate and saying: "Take her."
The moment was captured on live TV and viewers quickly pointed out the "disagreement" between Charlotte and George.
One tweeted: "Looks like Prince George and Princess Charlotte have a small disagreement. Look at The Queen Consort, Camilla."
"What did Charlotte say when she turned back around? Was it wow? Ow? Cow?" a second added.
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The group then joined others to see the Queen's coffin passing under Wellington Arch.
The Queen's coffin was then lifted from the gun carriage and placed onto the state hearse and was taken to Windsor Castle.
Thousands of mourners queued along the streets applauded and cheered for Her Majesty, while some threw flowers on the road as the hearse passed.
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